poetic letters, prose, plays, and autobiographical words … there is no lack of
playful words in Time Plays. The
first (limited) edition was published in 1999, and in August that year at
Shakespeare & Company, Paris, the author recited some of his Time Plays poems.
This new, illustrated, revised and enlarged edition has no limits.
One of the texts is a speech called “The Solar Consciousness Era”, and
at the end of the book you can read: ‘Who is a Human Being in Time’s Play?’
Once the Irish playwright Samuel Beckett wrote to the author (living in Stockholm, Sweden):
‘Best wishes for the future of Time Plays.’
Now the future is here and Time Plays.
(first name and surname) is the author of many books in Swedish and a few in
English. He has exhibited his paintings and photographs, composed experimental
world music and directed some of his own plays and a play by Beckett.
Play Time Music
was first performed in
in 2002. In the year 2004 his musical choreo-drama
The Waves. For Mary Magdalene
was a part of the first summer
festival at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina,
. In 2014 an unlimited edition
of his book
Letters to Shanti
published, a book written on four continents to a woman called Shanti, a name
and a Sanskrit word of great importance in the book
The Waste Land
by the poet T.S. Eliot.
Time Plays (302 pages) can be ordered from any bookshop e.g. http://adlibris.se and http://www.gml.se